Bomber Command Losses 1939-1945

Of the 125,000 Aircrew who served in Bomber Command during the Second Wold War, nearly three quarters were killed, seriously injured or taken Prisoner of War and over 40 per cent were killed whilst serving, giving the highest rate of attrition of any Allied unit. Each man was a volunteer, and their average age of death was only 23. If your ancestor was a Bomber Command casualty, expect to find him in this collection.


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